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We are excited to present two days of work from our postgraduate researchers at the Institute for Creative Cultures.
This lecture focuses on the accounts of early modern Japanese women by Luis Frois, a Portuguese Jesuit who lived for over thirty years in Japan and recorded his observations for his superiors that contrasts European and Japanese culture and an extensive history of Japan.
This conference addresses how creative thinking and practice can transform our experience of and responses to the urgent social, political and environmental conditions in which we live.
Coventry Premoderns are pleased to invite you to our Winter Lecture presented by Dr Max Skjönsberg, University of Cambridge.
‘The Colours on the Wings of the Sphinx: Imagery and Metaphor in Plutarch’
Coventry University and the University of Warwick are delighted to announce Coventry Creates Digital Exhibition 2021.
Focusing on the home as an enclosed space with its surrounding parameters, this international symposium aims to encourage dialogues between different areas of expertise and highlight how these new meanings have been experienced within different countries.
This research event brings together international practitioners and researchers in the field of practice research to explore and discuss the challenges and opportunities in developing new methodologies in research-led practices and in collaborations with the cultural sector.
Professor Juliet Simpson (CAMC) is leading an online international conference on Emotional Objects: Northern Renaissance Afterlives in Object, Image and Word, 1890s-1920s at the Warburg Institute, London.
CAMC are delighted to invite proposals for short talks for the fourth joint PGR event, co-organised by Coventry and Warwick Universities.
Homelessness in the United Kingdom is on the rise. At the start of 2020 at least one out of every 200 people in England is living without permanent or safe accommodation. Homeless deaths have increased by 20% in England and Wales over the last year. Sustained campaigning from Crisis resulted in the Homelessness Reduction Act coming into force in 2018. Despite this, 91% of local authorities in the UK did not respond to basic questions about homelessness in their communities when contacted. Clearly, with such staggering figures, we face a major national crisis.
If you were homeless, where would you go for help? Frequently Asked Questions, a new exhibition by artist Anthony Luvera in collaboration with Gerald Mclaverty, uncovers the shocking and poignant challenge faced by those asking this one simple question.